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    Default Blue jig

    Blue has been very good lately.
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    Good looking jig
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Nice. Something a little different. I like it.

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    Most of my favorite colors have some Blue, either tail or body. Nice jig and looks like a bead head?

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    Its a dumbell head from tying real flys.
    Its a heavy one,about 1/24.
    On a fly hook that turns up. Don't know what it's called.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brettw View Post
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    Its a dumbell head from tying real flys.
    Its a heavy one,about 1/24.
    On a fly hook that turns up. Don't know what it's called.

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    Ah, okay I see it now, made it large enough that I could see it, lol!

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    I tie with dumbbell eyes. You can use more weight on a smaller head and they you can bounce them along the bottom with them not getting hung up. Nice jig.
    Thanks brettw thanked you for this post

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    I have some barbell eyes that I need to get out and tie a few with
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grainraiser View Post
    I tie with dumbbell eyes. You can use more weight on a smaller head and they you can bounce them along the bottom with them not getting hung up. Nice jig.
    Hopefully this one will hang level in the water.
    I don't drag them. Vertical jigging only.
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    Very cool, I like.

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